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David Ross Education Trust schools create a rich and exciting learning environment that inspires students to become their confident, academic best.

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Eresby Special School

Eresby Special School maintains a caring and happy atmosphere where pupils can feel safe and are encouraged to achieve their personal best. Enabling them to leave school as confident, happy and independent as possible.


Everyday, we aim to make coming to Eresby a welcoming and enjoyable experience. We believe that pupils learn best when they are happy and comfortable in their environment.

To us, school is about far more than academic results, and we place great importance on pastoral care and guidance.

We work closely with other professionals and families to ensure the needs of all our pupils are met and Staff are trained in any medical interventions necessary to meet the requirements of individual children.

We offer a wide range of additional interventions and therapies, which develop gross and motor skills and break down the barriers to learning.

These include:

  • sensory circuits
  • rebound therapy
  • hydrotherapy
  • social stories
  • speech and language therapy with support from the NHS
  • physiotherapy with support from the NHS

Behaviour Support Plans are sometimes necessary for pupils who display particular behaviours which may pose a risk to themselves, other pupils or staff and are put in place as a requirement under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

Pupil Wellbeing

At Eresby School, we aim to promote positive mental health and well being in a supportive environment.  We help our children to build emotional resilience, to develop their social skills, to develop their confidence and self-esteem and ensure our children feel valued.

We encourage young people to talk about any issues that are worrying them, and train our staff to be mindful of children's emotional and mental well being.  Designated mental health first aiders are trained to listen, reassure and respond to mental health challenges and guide young people to an appropriate place of support. 


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